pjfootballer Posted March 10, 2011 Share Posted March 10, 2011 "Anything is possible" doesn't equate to the refs stealing a W from Rutgers. As I've mentioned several times, the refs took away one last opportunity for Rutgers to throw up a prayer...I'll concede that. That's my point. BS was saying it didn't matter if they got the call right that Rutgers didn't have chance. I was agreeing that they should have made the correct call and Rutgers should have had the ball with 1.7 seconds left. I used to the Duke/Kentucky game as a point that it's never over until it's over. Rutgers could have hit the tying or winning shot. ---------- Post added March-10th-2011 at 03:31 PM ---------- Semantics...my point isn't that Rutgers had NO chance to win. If you want to call it a 20% chance, that's fine. My point is that this is being painted by some (not just in this thread but on the radio, etc.) as though Rutgers had the game won and the refs gave it to St. Johns. That, obviously, is no where near the case. And if the correct call was made (stepped out of bounds, threw the ball in the stands for a delay of game) then Rutgers has a chance at 2 free throws on the technical foul and the ball with 1.7 seconds left at half court. I'm not saying Rutgers had the game won or St. Johns was handed the win, I'm just saying you never know if the correct calls were made. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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